Thread: Embarrassing Little Things in Your Life

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    • 12 years 9 months ago
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    This isn't like big-time embarrassing stuff like falling down in front of an audience or something... but just like little stuff.

    For instance:

    -Letting a fart out when you cough or sneeze.

    -Finding out that you've been walking around with a gross whitehead on your face all day

    -Getting something stuck in your teeth

    -Getting a little bit of shit on your hand accidently when you wipe so that everyone can kind of smell a little bit of that poop smell on you.

    -Tucking your shirt into your underwear in such a way that your underwear is visible to others.


    What else ya got?
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    Holding one nostril to deliver a snot-rocket and having the damn thing pull a Something About Mary on ya' and winding up somewhere on your face or shirt.
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    -Having to explain to your mom that your a-hole friend left those nasty magazines under your bed the last time he slept over.

    -Getting your desk tipped over with you in it by the hot girl in class, because it's the only way she really knows how to tell you she's got a crush on you too (true story)

    -Having to decide whether to drop a deuce in the charter bus bathroom and stink everybody out or double over in pain to hold it until you get there.
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    Having your stomach rumble out loud in class, right before lunch.
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    Haha, I am definitely not one to take a dump in a confined space.

    I'll shit in the woods at the drop of a hat, but if I gotta take a dump on an airplane... I'll just hold it in rather than gasing everyone in coach.
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    • 12 years 9 months ago
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    The stomach rumble is a bad one too.

    Especially when the hot girl in class is about to tip your desk over.
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    Dropping a tray in a trashcan by accident and having to get it out because everybody in the food court is looking at you. It can get very embarrassing.
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    We used to just trash 'em in high school.

    Haha! Just throw in that plastic tray and all. I must have thrown away 200 trays just myself in high school. Of course, I didn't have my current outlook on preservation of our natural resources like I do today.
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    A couple of years ago I was apparently so engrossed in the outdated magazine at the doctors office that when they called my name I didn't hear it at first.

    ...so when the nurse looked at me I just got up and followed her into one of the exam rooms. Turns out it wasn't my name she called...the other woman was in the bathroom. I didn't realize until the nurse said my blood pressure was much better. Then I had to tell her.

    --hows that for embarrassing?
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    Quote by misspiggy
    A couple of years ago I was apparently so engrossed in the outdated magazine at the doctors office that when they called my name I didn't hear it at first.

    ...so when the nurse looked at me I just got up and followed her into one of the exam rooms. Turns out it wasn't my name she called...the other woman was in the bathroom. I didn't realize until the nurse said my blood pressure was much better. Then I had to tell her.

    --hows that for embarrassing?


    But I bet you have a good laugh afterwards.
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    • 12 years 9 months ago
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    Quote by JP
    Quote by misspiggy
    A couple of years ago I was apparently so engrossed in the outdated magazine at the doctors office that when they called my name I didn't hear it at first.

    ...so when the nurse looked at me I just got up and followed her into one of the exam rooms. Turns out it wasn't my name she called...the other woman was in the bathroom. I didn't realize until the nurse said my blood pressure was much better. Then I had to tell her.

    --hows that for embarrassing?


    But I bet you have a good laugh afterwards.

    I wish...I tried to laugh it off but the nurse just looked pissed and asked me why I didn't make sure before she started writing in the other womans chart.
    I didn't think it was that big of a deal...I mean have a sense of humor lady! Besides, if they wouldn't make me wait 2 hours in the waiting room this wouldn't have happened.
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    I have OCD. Not real bad now, maybe I kind of grew out of it. Or I've learned to deal with it. Anyway I'm kind of a germophobe. I won't drink from another persons glass, and what not. I even wouldn't drink from the glass of a girl I had just kissed once in high school. I had just swapped spit with her, but wouldn't drink after her.

    I'm much cooler with this now, but this story takes place like 15 years ago. It was at a football game in like 7th grade. I live in Texas, and it gets hotter than a bastard here. And with all of those pads and stuff on, it's even hotter. This night it was really hot, and I was getting dehydrated. However I noticed all of the other players weren't squirting the water from the bottles into their mouths as they were designed for, but were sucking on the nozzle. So I decided not to drink from them.

    Long story short, I got dehydrated and wound up puking on the sideline after coming off of the field, and right in front of the cheerleaders, and the stands.
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    When I was 6, I asked a girl I liked if she would marry me.
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    Quote by the-micro-man
    When I was 6, I asked a girl I liked if she would marry me.


    When I was 7 a boy on my school bus asked if I was his girlfriend and even though I DID like him, I punched him in the throat. I don't even know why.

    After I was allowed back on the bus, I never spoke to him again even though he tried. I was a little bastard I guess.
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    • 12 years 9 months ago
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    Ok I'll try this one.

    Back when I was in junior high there was this very HOT high school girl who lived in my neighborhood.On nice hot sunny days she would lay out in her yard on an old blanket wearing nothing but a skimpy bikini in order to get a tan.

    Of course me and my best friend would ride our bikes by said yard many times and....well basicly to gawk at her as junior high boys will.Well as we went by yet again the girl went to roll over on her stomach which put her very nice ass up in the air.I of course just stared,doing that neck bending thing as I went by and paid no attention to where my bike was going.

    Which was bad seeing how the girls yard sit next to where the road curved.All I know was I had my head bent around looking,than I heard my best friend yell.I whipped my head around just in time to watch as me and my bike went face first into the ditch.

    I of course went ass over elbows over the front of my bike.After I got up and dusted myself off I had to tell my best friend to shut up because he was bent over his bike's handlebars trying to laugh his ass off.

    To this day my best friend still laughs at that...and to this day I still swear the girl rolled over like that and showed her ass just to make me wreck!
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    • 12 years 9 months ago
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    LOL these are great.

    Once in third grade we were working in small groups and one of the guys in my group was a bit of a delinquint. Not an overly mean and nasty one but one of the stupid ones you laugh at. Anyway, I dropped my pencil and bent over to pick it up and he made a very realistic farting noise with his mouth and everyone in the group thought I did it. I was so embarassed and no one beleived that I didn't do it.

    Another time in third grade I had a bad cough and I coughed so hard that some flem landed on the blackboard LOL only one person saw it and of course it was my friend who tended to be obnoxious.

    Another time I was taking a walk and these guys walked by with two girls and one of the guys was staring at me and he said"so how's it going anyway Alyssa" and I knew I didn't know him, and wondered how he knew my name but I still called out "Good". He just kind of gave me a look and the others turned around and looked at me like I was nuts and kept walking, then one of the girls, APPRENTLY named Alyssa as well says "umm yeah ANYWAY, i've been doing ok". I wanted to die.

    Another one was when they asked me how much I weighed like five times in front of my husband when I was getting ready to give birth and they needed to know how much medication to give me for my emergency c-section. I was annoyed but glad I had the meds.

    One thing that was always embarassing about Geography and US History in HS was that the teacher made us do what he called "Stand And Deliver". He made everyone stand up and would ask each of us a question. We couldn't sit down until we got it right. Sometimes I knew the answer but I had such extreme anxiety that I doubted myself and normally ended up one of the last ones if not the last one standing and then he would call on another student to answer a question to rescue you. Sooo embarassing.
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    I once asked a woman if she was pregnant, because of her bulging belly and she wasn't pregnant.

    I've never feel so embarassed. ops:
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    LOL I am never going to ask anyone if they are pregnant unless something is crawling out of them
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    • 11 years 7 months ago
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    my friend asked our 7th grade teacher "whens the baby due?" and she wasent pregnant.
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    • 11 years 6 months ago
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    When I was in second grade, I was scared to death of the VHS cover of Ghoulies (where it shows monsters popping out of the toilet). Because of this, I was afraid to go into the bathroom at school if no one else was in there. One day in class, I had to whiz really bad, but decided to hold it in because I didn't wanna go in there alone. Pretty soon, I suddenly felt some pee about to expel itself from my bladder. I threw my hand up in the air, but the teacher was busy with another student, so I just yelled "CAN I GO TO THE BATHROOM!?!?". Before I knew it, I was running out of the classroom and peeing at the same time. Everyone was laughing and I just heard my Kentucky-born teacher say "It's NOT FUNNY" in her accent. When I went home I held my bacpack in front of my crotch area so my mom wouldn't see my wet pants. To this day, she has never heard that story.
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